Sir Chris Hoy has described Philip Hindes as one of the best sprinters in the world and believes the Manchester-based star is capable of winning Olympic gold once again.
Sir Chris Hoy has run out of superlatives to describe Chris Froome’s exploits over the past few years and expects the Brit to win a third Tour de France this year.
Great Britain’s gold rush in the Velodrome in 2012 may seem impossible to live up to in Rio next year, but six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy insists there is every reason to expect a repeat performance.
Pedal power: Forget the Tour de France, visit Manchester’s MOSI to find out about the birth of cycling in Britain
While the recent thrills and spills of the Tour de France passing through northern England got cycling fans excited, to truly appreciate the sport head to the Museum of Science and Industry from July 19-March 1 next year for ‘Pedal Power’.
Scotland a-Hoy: Blind and visually-impaired Bury cyclists set for gruelling ride to Glasgow velodrome
Bury Tandem Club for the Visually Impaired will ride through the night from Manchester Velodrome to the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow, which was inspired by the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
‘Slightly less abysmal’: Manchester still miles behind for cycle friendliness despite being key to Olympic success
City has ambitions of becoming more cycling-friendly but many barriers still exist according to experts.
Teenager Lauren Bate-Lowe has been cycling less than a year but already has sights on Olympics and world championships glory
Wythenshawe Wheelers received funding from the National Lottery
Come along for a chat: Sir Chris Hoy and Joanna Rowsell set to visit ‘cycling mecca’ Manchester for bike show
Hoy now retired, Rowsell a three-time world champion
The 2012 Tour de France winner announced on Monday he is to quit road racing
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